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    Alice not only on her way to the Mad Hatter and March Hare, but also to croquet with the queen” (Mader). This can show that the Cheshire Cat is showing Alice around and is okay with helping her. Throughout the rest of the novel we can see how Cheshire Cat influenced Alice.The second article source says, “He (Cheshire Cat) is the only thing that gives truthful information to Alice, revealing that Wonderland is a mad place, and by being normal in it, Alice is also mad in its context” (“Wonderland”).

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    Mad Men

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    changing gender roles” (quoted in Mahrdt 1) and, as society changes and opinions are altered, television shows adapt. However, the television show Mad Men is unique because it does not show life today, but the life of the 1960s. It shows what life was like for the women who lived during a time when the “feminine mystique” controlled society. While Mad Men may seem to be just another sexist show dominated by chauvinist men and submissive women, it is, in fact, a time piece. The creator for the series

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    Mary Shelley is the original playwright of 'Frankenstein' and it has been adapted since then by Phillip Pullman. Mary wrote it in 1818 and it was first performed in 1988, at the Polka Children's theatre in Wimbledon. In the play, a doctor called Victor Frankenstein created life from an experiment, a monster, and although Frankenstein had intended the monster (who wasn't to be called 'the monster') to be a kind, caring and loving creature, the way the villagers treated him and turned away in disgust

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    Identity and Symbolism in Fantasy Novels

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    Coming of age does not happen without change, Change does not happen without conflict. The Alice in Wonderland books by Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass; and Calvino, Invisible Cities are books that focus on the transformation of the individual and metamorphoses of the collective. This essay will specifically focus on identity and symbolism. Both novels allow us to enter a world of fantasy through distortion and alternate worlds. Thus allowing the reader to determine

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    A1. Miss Ferenczi in “Gryphon” takes her class through Wonderland. At the beginning of the story she is a mystery to her students. The students have never seen her before and have never come across someone who was dressed like her. When Alice first arrives into Wonderland everything is a mystery to her because she does not know where she is and she comes across strange objects/people. Wonderland is a mystery to the reader. It is filled with strange things that we learn about as the story progresses

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    Introduction Alice in Wonderland starts when Alice “sees” a rabbit exclaiming it was going to be late. When Alice starts dreaming about the Wonderland it may have been a little strange, but she ends up realizing that it helps with her problems in the real world. Key Idea 1 Down the Rabbit Hole: Alice was with her sister by the riverbank when she noticed a rabbit pull out a pocket watch and say he is going to be late. He went down the rabbit hole and Alice followed him. When Alice finally reached

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    stressful psychological state of mind is prevalent in the story “The Yellow Wall-Paper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, as well as, Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”, Ophelia’s struggles in William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, and the self-inflicted sickness seen in William Blake’s “Mad Song”. All the characters, in these stories and poems, are subjected to external forces that plant the seed of irrationality into their minds; thus, creating an adverse intellectual reaction, that from an outsider’s

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    screamed. “Off with their stinking, boring heads!” Yes, I made an imaginary scene of my version of Alice in Wonderland, a much brutal, bloody and gruesome version. I would be playing as the Red Queen, the arch-enemy of Alice and my boyfriend as the Mad Hatter who would be my king later on. If only he would approve of my obsession about producing and filming my very own Alice, it is going to be one of our best dates ever. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always been fond of fictional stories, of fantasies

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    Alice in Wonderland: Effects on our Lives

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    the men who are always one the run and wanting to please everyone. Next male character, would be the mad hatter. The Mad hatter represents the working men of the fashion industry during the victorian era. Hat makers would use the mineral, mercury, in the making of hats and that would not only effect the way they would look but also their mentality. There are many cases that the worker because “mad as a hatter”. The saying was actually used before Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland. Cheschar

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    Gender Roles in the Media

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    The media prove that the control that men seek over women is broken when women take control of the power that they have. The Media portray Women as being able to succeed in their lives. Peggy Olsen, a main character in the show Mad Men, started out as a typical working girl, not prostitutes and lovers but a secretary in an upper class business office. She had made it well, her own desk, a typewriter, and the best employee in the office, Don Draper. The other members of staff were jealous of how well

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